Collaborative Research Project
The Collaborative Research Project (CRP) aims to facilitate collaboration between faculty and students and promote interdisciplinary research. By participating in the CRP, faculty can find colleagues with whom to collaborate and students who may be interested in assisting with their projects. Likewise, students can find opportunities to work with faculty on research projects or even seek a mentor for their own original projects.
The CRP will also pull together university experts in a variety of areas including experimental design, statistics, quantitative research, qualitative research, funding, and compliance. These experts will be well-published leaders in their field that will act as mentors and resources for faculty.
All University research projects, even those not seeking collaborators, are required to submit to the Collaborative Research Project (CRP). In addition to facilitating collaboration, the CRP documents and catalogs all research projects taking place on the UMHB campus.
CRP Project Submission
Note: Only faculty can submit research projects to the CRP. If you are a student researcher, please work with your faculty sponsor to submit your project.
Get Involved with a Research Project
Are you a student interested in becoming involved with a research project? Visit our list of faculty projects seeking student collaborators.
Are you a student seeking a faculty sponsor for your project? Submit your project description below.
Project Open to Collaboration
View list of current projects available for faculty collaboration.
University experts are here to help in a variety of ways.
Submit Your CR Project
Kris Ward, Ph.D. • Director of Research
firstname.lastname@example.org • (254) 295-4946
900 College Street, Box 8017 • Belton, TX 76513
Page last updated September 27, 2018